Answer: Microorganisms can be visible under a microscope
What are microbes?
A microorganism is a living thing that is too small to be seen with the naked eye. Examples of microorganisms include bacteria, archaea, algae, protozoa, and microscopic animals. Microorganisms are found virtually everywhere, except for environments that have been made artificially sterile by humans.
- A streptococcus is a group of bacteria that causes illness in humans.
- Lactobacillus are bacteria that live in the guts of healthy people
- Cyanobacteria was one of the first types of life to evolve on Earth.
- Microbes are minute, unicellular organisms that are invisible to the naked eye.
- They are also known as microorganisms or microscopic organisms as they could only be seen under a microscope or magnifying glass.
- They make up almost 60% of the earth’s living matter.